In 2019 we will be completing important infrastructure upgrades that will be the foundation for redevelopment.
Contributing to the Transformation of Central Edmonton
Together with the City of Edmonton, Brookfield Residential is undertaking development of the Muttart Urban District project as a catalyst of redevelopment for the larger Stadium Station lands. We’re focused on creating places where people feel a sense of belonging and this development will serve those who value smart, attractive design.
This land for a century played a key role in Edmonton's evolution. In our early days, it provided the coal that heated our schools and homes. Later, it was the lumberyard that fueled the post-war housing boom. Today it stands ready to play a central role in a new model of living for Urban Edmontonians.
• Installation and connection of underground utilities including water, sewer, electrical,
• Completion of LRT pedestrian access at Stadium station,
• A new road connection from 84th Avenue and Stadium Road (across LRT tracks),
• Addition and landscaping of 2 new urban city parks and north and south tips,
• 2 km of shared use path trails, walkway lighting, and landscaping that will connect the Muttart Urban District to the Stadium station LRT.
Future of Muttart Urban District
The up and coming Muttart Urban District offers a new urban way of life. A thoughtfully planned community just outside downtown, that uses the worlds-best practices in Urban Design to provide a sense of place and connectedness. We are still developing the plans for vertical construction and will be ready to share more details later in 2019.
History of the Muttart Land
Established in 1927 the land was home to Muttart Industries which started as a lumber yard and later expanded into supplying pre-manufactured houses, garages and trusses across Canada.
The head office was also on site with a showroom for their products. Gladys and Merrill Muttart incorporated a private charitable foundation in 1953 with their most notable donation helping with the construction of the Muttart Conservatory.
Even before they created the Foundation, Mr and Mrs Muttart were recognized as generous philanthropists, contributing their time and money to many community organizations.